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>> reporter:3 15 year old boys who were wounded have been released from the hospital. a 15 year old girl who was more seriously injured is improving. police believe one of them was targetted. >>sot meili rubio/student 30-sad... just really sad. >> reporter:police are searching for 4 suspects who do not attend the school extra officers have been on hand throughout the day and that will continue at least for the rest of the week. >> reporter:parents who stopped by during the day were glad to see the extra security. >> grant: thank you, dan! >> grant:a brutal assault in
the east bay. and now police are asking who sent a woman to the hospital. >> reporter:kron four's terisa estacio has the details for us-- includng how the woman's friend came to her rescue. a fremont woman is >> reporter:a freemont woman is recovering after she was attacked and robbed outside her home. she was getting out of her car. in front of her home on curtis drive. in fremont's irvington district. this was about 1:40 monday morning. >> they took computers and a purse some credit cards... >> reporter: they did not waste any time. they got to using those credit cards. >> yes. we saw that the cars
were used in two different locations. one in danville. >> that did this show to people getting out of a car and going into the store. having some type of interaction with each other and use the victims' credit card. it looks to be a fairly new model compact car. the color is white. and you see them getting out of the car. >> reporter: this is unique. >> this is unusual creek no list--this is unusual. usually they wait for people to leave the house. you want to make sure that on your doors and windows are a lot. --are locked. >>the robber attacked her. stole her purse.then hopped in a tan or light brown
another person. >> reporter:the woman was taken to the hospital with significant injuries. tonight, there's no update on the woman's current condition. police have not released a description of the attacker. >> reporter:the oakland raiders are having a pretty good year so far on the field. but the big headlines lately have been all about the las vegas raiders. that's a phrase we'll never get used to hearing. >> grant:a raiders to vegas move was a hot topic at today's nfl owner's meetings.and mark davis doubled down on his intentions to leave the bay area. mark carpenter joins us with some fiery comments from the raiders owner. >> grant: mark?
(crying) (crying) >> mark:this entire vegas situation is not even finalized yet, but davis sounds pretty set on moving on. at today's nfl meetings, he gave an update to his fellow owners on the progress of the relocation plan. afterwards, he was asked about the city of oakland's efforts to keep the team from leaving. >> mark:and said quote-- 'oakland was in the driver's seat if they could've put together anything. they came up with nothing. >> mark:these comments come just days after vegas and the raiders took another step in securing a future together.as the governor approved 750-million dollars of public funds for a new stadium. in addition to that comment-- davis.opened up a little more in an interview with usa today sports. this is about the city's role during the raiders to la negotiations.
>> mark:he said quote -- oakland at that time had the opportunity - they were really negotiating against themselves, and they really didn't want to do anything. they gave a five-page letter as their offer to the nfl, and we ended up losing the vote to go , and they sent us back to get something done. we got a one-year lease with two one-year options, and i had a press conference and talked then about moving into the future. a week later, i got a call from one of the board of supervisors, said, 'mark, sorry, but the deal that negotiated with you is off. we've got to raise the rent and we're raising it three times.' end quote >> mark:davis took that as disrespect to the raider organization. and went on to explore other options. here he is on how the nevada plan came to be. return to >> when i met with the governor. but the very first time. he said was i using this as leverage to get a better deal. i said no. >> at a about a week before he called the conference
accurate he looked me in the eye at lunch. i said is an absolutely good deal and if you don't come up with something. then we will most accurate it is unfair for people to ask about what is oakland does this? and what it oakland does that. loss' vegas has already sealed the deal. >> and long-term resolution for the statement and we still do not have the resolution. our staff is working with the mayor and officials and the alleged area to see if there are alternatives out there. however, we do not have one yet. (crying) >> mark:despite his fiery comments, davis also reiterated that if he gets nfl approval. the plan remains to keep the seasons while the vegas
stadium is under construction. >> reporter:on the heels of reports from the most recent n-f-l owners' meeting, oakland released a statement today. regarding the city's efforts to keep the raiders in oakland. she writes quote--- >> reporter:"i cannot afford for us to be thrown off our game because nevada lawmakers have deemed it appropriate to put 750- million dollars in public money towards a private sports facility. while i'm committed to keeping the raiders, i will not enter into a bidding war with nevada using public funds. >> reporter:i believe that in partnership with alameda county and the team ronnie lott has assembled, we can offer a serious plan in the coming weeks that is fair to the raiders, the league, the fans and the oakland taxpayers to whom i am most responsible." >> grant:back here in the
bay area, raiders fans are feeling a mere thought of the team leaving for las vegas.or anywhere else for that matter. >> reporter:kron4's haaziq madyun heard from some of those fans in san leandro today. >> reporter:raiders team owner mark davis maybe feeling excited about the possibility of moving the team to las vegas but back here at ricky's sports theatre and grill in throwing a red flag on the idea >>"i think it's disrespectful to the fans, city and the nfl" >>"i don't feel like las vegas is where we belong, i feel that oakland is where we belong" >> reporter:a sentiment shared by folks working at this hair and nails shop next door to ricky's >>"i want the raiders to stay in oakland.yeah" >> reporter:however among the raiders fans i talked to today, none had more perspective on the teams potential move than bob ricardo >>"when i was a ball boy for the raiders i saw al davis walk in his rookie season as a head coach" >> reporter:in fact
ricardo's family has owned ricky's since 1947. he says he understands the new team owner's motivation to relocate >>"well mark davis is going to go to the highest bidder, he's for sale, so basically whoever the highest bidder is, he respects, you know they broke my heart when they went to l.a. the first time then they came back, they are not going to break my heart again, i/m numb now, it's all a money thing" i understand that, all decisions are based upon the bottom line and las vegas may be whats good for the bottom line for the raiders.not for us though" >> reporter:perfect follow to that for this long time.oakland raiders fan is >>"go raiders.but not to las vegas" >> reporter:in san leandro haaziq madyun, kron4news. >> reporter:one bay area county has decided to cut ties with wells fargo.because of the scandal over phony customer accounts. and a second county may soon be doing the same.
>> grant:catherine heenan is here with the details on the continued fall-out -- and news of another investigation.. return to >> catherine:california's attorney general is leading a criminal investigation into the sales practices of wells fargo. a search warrant released today shows that state evidence related to the scandal over 2-million fake accounts. >> catherine:meantime - santa clara county supervisors have unanimously voted to cut ties with wells fargo.and san francisco might not be far behind. >> catherine:santa clara county says some routine business will continue for a time because of a contract - but the 2nd biggest county in northern california will "not" turn to wells fargo any longer for investments - or to use it as a broker-dealer. >> catherine:that's after doing business with the bank for more than 25 years. as for san francisco - a resolution was introduced tuesday to cut ties. >> catherine:supervisor john avalos also wants a review of all past dealings with the bank.. this list is getting longer.just last week, santa cruz voted to suspend all new business with wells fargo. return to
>> catherine: grant and justine? >> grant: thank you, catherine. >> grant:another samsung smartphone bursts into flames. but this phone--- was not a galaxy note seven. >> grant:still ahead. hear from the man who's now suing the company. and what this means for users. >> reporter:plus. we are now less than an hour away from the final presidential debate. after the break--- we'll have a live report from las vegas on what you can expect from borth candidates. >> grant:and. donald trump's claims that the election is rigged--- has local officials taking action. we'll explain coming
every year. because she doesn't understand what cancer is. because she can't spell emphysema. because she is a butterfly, who fights fires. because she is my daughter, and the surgeon general says that raising tobacco taxes... is a proven way to make sure she never smokes. that's why i'm voting yes on 56.
(male announcer): it's now time for gary radnich from the jack in the box sports desk. >> grant:ryan nobel, from cnn >> grant: ryan, what can we expect tonight? >> reporter: donald trump is headed off of a bad week. what settlement coming for from the 2010 access this video. edward mcdonald was using aggressive clean-- donald trump is coming off of a that week. what the video coming out from his 2010 access video where donald trump was using aggressive and a bowl or on
land which towards women. -- aggressive language towards women. >> hillary will be steady and strong she will be prepared for what ever donald trump rose her way as always. --throws her way. >> hillary clinton is the most corrupt person to ever run for candidacy. >> reporter: that a state like and nevada, they have something to prove that they are the right choice. at one thing to look out for is chris wallace coming from the fox news channel as the
moderator tonight he is with a reputation of being a tough journalist but fair. >> reporter:grant and justine? >> reporter: thank you so much ryan. (cheers & applause) >> reporter:the stage is set for the final presidential debate between hillary clinton and candidates to talk aboutthe debate kicks off at 6 o'clock tonight. >> reporter:
>> grant: final presidential debate between hillary clinton and donald trump - and there is tonight. karin caifa is in las vegas with a preview of tonight's event, and a look at the event. >> grant:while her mother hillary was vegas, chelsea clinton was democratic in arizona, a state that has voted republican in every election but one since 1952. returnarizona is just one of several republican states poised to turn blue this steve aveson is here with the latest twist in the bizarre presidential campaign. >> steve:there has been no shortage of surprises in
this election cycle. but donald trump is running out of time around. with less than three weeks apparently insurmountable challenge. and it's hard to debate will move the needlemuch in his direction. >> steve:las vegas is a gambling town. and tonight hillary clinton is looking like a sure bet. the morning line in today's new york times: clinton has the next president. the times says that's the same odds as a n=f=l place field goal. >> steve:cnn's poll of polls gives clinton a nine point advantage. that's an average of recent polls. no candidate in modern history has ever come back from that far behind, this close to the election. mail in voting has begun in california, arizona and other states. >> steve:voters are lined up to cast early ballots in georgia. right now hillary clinton is leading or solidly ahead in 3=hundred electoral votes, well over the 270 she needs to win. >> reporter:just four states are too close to call, including reliably republican arizona and utah, she is in position to equal president obama's lopsided wins over john mccain and mitt romney. but it's unlikely she''ll equal richard nixon's 1972 victory, when george mcgovern carried only
massachusetts and the district of columbia. >> reporter:ronald reagan scored an even when walter mondale won only his native state of minnesota. >> reporter:and a reminder. we are streaming the debate live on the kron four mobile app and on our website. we'll also have full coverage and analysis coming at 8. >> steve:back to you! >> grant: thank you, steve. >> reporter: let's go to brittney shipp, our kron4 meterologist. >> grant: this is real october weather.
>> brittney: yes. >> grant: last week was an anomaly. >> grant: with the rain. >> brittney: a lot of sunshine all day all around and then we did not see to what at all g today carried it would drop down to the '60s at 7:00 p.m. at the mid-60s and at the 9:00 hour and for the coast mid '50s. we would turn up the heat a little bit more. especially as santa rosa. , 75 degrees and sat francisco, it will be gorgeous out curry it--75
kron4's maureen kelly reports that the phone in this incident is not the one the victims' lawyer says similar problems. with several different samsung models. >>our concern is that the problem with the samsung to the 7, the 7 is just the tip of the iceberg >> reporter: here is said to be a galaxy s6 active. a different model than the note 7 that's been the subject of massive recall because of reports of the phones overheating and setting fires. >> reporter:the smartphone that has prompted the lawsuit filed inside an amador county man's home at 2am on august 2nd. >>he awoke to the sound of what he thought was a gunshot looked over to his dresser and found his phone on fire >>he was asleep at the time with his wife and seven month old son and he ran fearing that his house would catch on fire and grabbed the phone and burned his hand.
>> reporter:the couple's lawyer say the second degree burns on his hand. the lawsuit lists more than other eariler models of samsung cell phones and product safety commission from other consumers who have complained of overheating phones that have burned them, catching fire or even exploding. >> reporter: back to 2011. in addition to damages for their clients.the attorneys filing this suit believe the recall should be widened. >>a recall of the 7 doesn't go far enough someone needs to look at these prior phones, someone needs to ensure the consuming public that the phones that aren't 7's that are still out there do not what-- present a danger to consumers.
tobacco companies knew that smoking kills. and they lied about it for decades. now they're lying about prop 56. if you don't use tobacco, you don't pay. smokers pay - their fair share of the 3 billion in health care costs all taxpayers are paying now. and there's one more thing: our kids. every state that's significantly raised tobacco taxes has reduced youth smoking. please. vote yes on 56. if we can save even a few lives, it's worth it.
>> justine:the third and final presidential debate starts in. the next 30 minutes. and there is a very good chance, the allegations of a rigged election and voter fraud. will come up. >> grant:those have been donald trump's chants the last few days. as kron four's rob fladeboe reports live now from san jose, the candidates are certainly not the only ones talking about it. rob? >> reporter: asks no, they
are not. and blue >> the rhetoric we are hearing at the national level is very disturbing were >> reporter:santa clara county executiveabsurd but the county is taking action nonetheless. >> reporter: will-- are absur whend. >> reporter:are- absurd >> reporter:even as the counting of vote by mail ballots is already underway the registrar's office is touting it's commitment to transparency by showing off it's ballot verification systems. and by hiring extra polling place observers to
insure people will be able to safely exercise their right to vote. >> of voters --you can come to our offices to of zoar all our processes. --to observe all of our processes we welcome it. >> reporter:if there's trouble at the polls, like when opponents jumped donald trump supporters in san jose last summer, 'we will be ready' cortese. >> supervisors -we are going to step and to make sure we had a normal peaceful election process. >> reporter:there is speculation the talk of intimidation at the polls could effect voter turn out but early voter theresa vieria isn't buying it. >> >> reporter: all 12 people that i talk to says it does talk is just talk. -- says,
it's just that... talk! >> grant:and kron four has you covered for tonight's debate. we'll be streaming it live on the kron four mobile app and on our website. we'll also have full coverage and analysis coming up tonight on kron four news at 8, 10, and 11. return to >> justine:a college student from the east bay.may never regain consciousness. after falling down a flight of stairs at college fraternity. this is a photo of ryan abele... taken from his facebook account. abele is originally from concord...where he graduated from de la salle high school this year. >> justine:the college freshman fell at the university of nevada, reno. sigma nu fraternity. on sunday morning. a go-fund-me account has been set up... raising over $60-thousand dollars to help his family with medical bills.
>> justine:the account page says he suffered extensive bleeding to his brain. officials are investigating how and why he fell down the stairs. >> grant:in the south bay. a fire breaks out at a san jose home--- leaving four people without a home. you can see in this video the flames. have just engulfed the home. fire fighters say the fire started inside the garage before quickly spreading to the rest of the home. >> grant:as kron four's averi harper reports--- neighbors sprung into action to help those trapped inside the home. >> reporter:eight people are recovering tonight after they were injured in a
natural gas explosion in portland, oregon. a northwest natural gas spokesperson said today... a contractor hit a gas line, causing a leak. billowing pillars of smoke filled the air and could be seen for miles. >> reporter:after firefighters and gas evacuated the building, the gas ignited and there was an explosion. t he cause of the ignition has not yet been determined. >> reporter:three firefighters and two police officers were among those hurt in the explosion.their conditions are not known at his time. >> reporter: neighbors will call his relatives to get them all away from the fire. >> it was a crazy firewood explosions going off. -- fire
>> grant:still ahead. how will billy bush bounce back--- after his fired from the 'today' show. hear from one familiar face who was also ousted from the show. >> grant: >> justine:and next. video you have to see to believe. a wisconsin police officer nearly escapes death--- when his own squad car goes careening towards him. >> grant:stocks are modestly higher on wall street, led by price of crude oil climbs. the dow--- climbed over 40 points. the nasdaq. edged up more than 2 points. and the s&p. rose more than 4 points. return to index of
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>> justine:a wisconsin police office own squad car this week. and it was all caught on his dash cam video. >> grant: sure did! catherine heenan is here with the story of a close call. >> catherine:that officer is seen calmly walking back to his car monday after helping a driver who was stranded with a flat tire. >> catherine: lane. >> catherine: when he was bart and left blank. --
parked in the left lane. >> catherine:suddenly he backs up - looking panicked. and we see his own car skimming past.and crashing we'll show it to you again -- and you'll see what a >> catherine:he had jumped out of the way - just in time. a truck had rear-ended the pulled over patrol car.pushing it forward. no one was hurt. >> catherine:and it's a good thing he moved fast. >> catherine: car. it's a mess. hudson wisconsin police mangled car - with a reminder >> catherine:to people to slow down and move over when they see an lights on. grant and justine? return to
>> grant: withwe are just minutes away from the final show down between hillary clinton and donald trump. pam moore is in the newsroom with what we are working on for kron 4 news at six. pam? >> pam:grant. this is it. the third and final showdown of the 2016 presidential election is just minutes aways. and if the first two debates give us any indication of can expect a lot of fireworks tonight. >> pam:we will have a live report from las vegas as the candidates take the stage together one last time. of course you will be able to watch the debate on our on the kron four mobile app page. >> pam:grant now back to you and justine. return to index of >> grant: thanks, pam, we w ill be watching you and
steve tonight at 6pm! >> justine: 11a new discovery tonight. the most dangerous earthquake fault in the bay area. is actually connected to another fault. and together they could produce a major earthquake. this is accroding to a new study from the u-s geological survey. >> justine:a team discovered the unknown strand of the hayward fault today and found that it connects to a less active fault to the north. scientists say if the hayward and neighboring rodgers creek faults broke simultaneously. they could produce a magnitude 7- point-4 quake. >> justine:this new discovery comes a great california shake out. it is a statewide earthquake drill where everyone in the golden state, will drop, cover and hold on. this drill is to show people what to do when a massive earthquake hits.
it lath's >> justine: >> justine: brittney with t he weather! >> brittney: we are at 7 degrees in novado... is the comfortable temperature no matter where you are this evening. we are not seen a lot of clout. stay mainly to the north of us. mostly clear skies, is which you mostly see. >> brittney: sunday, on route 1130 in the evening we will have a chance of rain showers near san francisco at 1130 on sunday. it will continue to see this on and
off possibly into tuesday evening. mostly in the north bay and cooler temperatures. we will see a potentially, as the rain falls towards the south up to a half an inch. >> brittney: some spot to get over an inch of rainfall. we could see up to 2 in. of rain associated with this system. highs tomorrow, in the mid 70's for san francisco, 788 in san carlos, 81 and petaluma and several fell back to the '80s. >> brittney: 86 degrees at 87 degrees in hayward. a warm comfortable day. sunday
forecast, shows what the peak and our temperatures with a cooler temperature and chance of rain showers. we will take a look at the weather as 6:00. >> grant: okay, brittney! >> grant:there's a tight race going on in anchorage, alaska. where people are paying to cast their vote. what race you might ask? >> justine:the next four- legged president of the alaska zoo. >> reporter:this race is unlike others, you have to pay one dollar to vote. all the money goes back to the animals. >> reporter:so far, the zoo has raised nearly 15- thousand dollars. >> reporter:the race is currently neck and neck. between george the magpie.and deanli the wolf.
she's >> is big, strong and tough. >> reporter: she is not doing that well in the polls she is down 5000 votes. perhaps, because she picked another running mate from another country. so, is looking like a two-way race between george and denali. >> denali has paint all over him. trying to raise money for his campaign. >> reporter: his campaign
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>> grant:the insider's louis aguirre joins us from hollywood with more on this story. louis? >> reporter:yeah we were with his broadcasting colleagues speaking out over billy's long road to redemption! >>nora o'donnel: the positive thing that's happened is there is now a discussion about how men talk about women, whether privately or publicly and a discussion about sexual harrassment in the workplace >>larry wilmore: i think the today show has to work on their exit interviews at this point. the way they got rid of ann curry, billy bush. they keep letting these people go under awkward circumstances. >> reporter:and no one knows that more than former today show co-host deborah norville. >>deborah norville: i'm a woman who the world said her career was over when i left / the today show. and um i'm proof that you can come back. now mind you i didn't say anything ugly / but / i think he'll bounce back >> reporter:the ultimate
redemption story, norville was replaced by katie couric whle on maternity leave in 1991. >>bryant gumbel: katie is now a permanent fixure here / deborah norville is not >> reporter:norville did reclaim her career. she's been the host of "inside edition" for nearly 22 years, and at the 2016 broadcasting & cable hall of fame awards- she gave this advice for billy >>dn: you let the dust settle. i think you let the election uh take place./1:15:18 enjoy his time with his family, strategize what it is he wants to do. remind himself of all the skills that he's got. and they are numerous. and figure out what the next plan is gonna be. >> reporter:we'll have so much more on this story tonight at 7 on the insider, >> reporter:for kron 4 news, i'm louis aguirre back to you. >> justine: 5. >> justine: that wraps up kron 4 news at 5:00 tonight >> grant:steve aveson and pam moore are here with kron 4 news at six. return to index ofwe are just minutes
away from the final showdown of the election. right now donald trump and hillary clinton are preparing to take the stage for their final debate. >> steve:we will have a live report from las vegas. the suspects who opened fire at a san francisco school. tonight we will hear from that school's principal as the students and faculty cope with what happened. >> pam:kron 4 news at 6 is next.
(male announcer): this is the bay area news station, kron 4 news starts now. >>trump: she's home sleeping and i'm working. so that's that's the way it's going to be in the white house too. she'd be sleeping, i'd be working." >>clinton: i want to give you something to vote for not against. i want to give you an agenda that will move us forward into the future >> steve: tonight. >> steve: this is the final face off. >> steve:one last chance for hillary clinton and donald trump to convince voters they should be the next president of the united states. for trump. he is facing an uphill battle with polls showing him trailing and the potenial of several red states turning blue. >> steve:for hillary clinton. there are more questions over her trusted with our nation's top office. good evening i'm steve aveson. >> pam:and i'm pam moore.
this is it. >> pam:one last presidential showdown. this one in a city that knows a thing or two about putting on a show. las vegas. after the second debate is waiting to see whether the issues will be discussed tonight or if the candidates will resume the mudslinging. >> pam:ryan nobles. with our partners at c-n-n is there. and the debate is just about to get started. >> pam: karin kaifa is live ... >> reporter: 20 days before the election and if i said
so trilling and hillary clinton and the national polls. and the key battlegrounds so we are looking at performance here that would change some of that. >> reporter: even some like utah and arizona are starting to turn away from trump. >> reporter: it is really designed to get back to the role of the change maker in this campaign. so, he is expected to use that here tonight. we do know that he has that some traditional moderation for this debate. >> reporter: so, he has had the preparation working with others. asked for the lead content, she has some questions and challenges here tonight. --as for
hillary clinton, she has some questions and challenges here tonight. she is facing some questions about things that have emerged and those of which he leaks females. >> reporter:--wiki leaks emails >> reporter: hillary clinton has said that she want to begin a closing argument here tonight is she does not want to get into the mud with donald trump tonight. really, to make the case as to why she is best suited pam not why donald trump is not. --and why not >> reporter: they are about to get underway here at
loss' biggest credit reporting live at loss' vegas--reporting live here in loss of biggest--las vegas >> steve: you can down load the mobile application. it is free and you can also watch live on our facebook page. >> steve: dot com. or you can view it, by downloading the kron 4it is available for free for apple and android devices. we also have it up live on our facebook page. >> steve:talk of voter intimidation and voter fraud in the upcoming presidential election may be just that, talk. >> pam:as kron four's rob fladeboe reports now, the talk has turned to action in the south bay.
>> reporter:santa clara county executive jeff smith says allegations of a rigged election are absurd but the county is taking action nonetheless. >> reporter:even as the counting of vote by mail ballots is already underway the registrar's office is touting it's commitment to transparency by showing off it's ballot verification systems. and by hiring extra polling place observers to insure people will be able to safely exercise their right to vote. >>sot shannon bushey/registrar of voters --we welcome the public to actually observed any of our election processes. you can come into our office before election night, or during the election and even tonight. >> reporter:if there's trouble at the polls, like when opponents jumped donald trump supporters in san jose last summer, 'we will be ready' says supervisor dave cortese. >>sot dave cortese/board of supervisors
--we are going to step in to do what ever we have to do to make sure we have that ordinary, peaceful and harmonious election process. >> reporter:there is speculation the talk of intimidation at the turn out but early voter theresa vieria isn't buying it. >>sot theresa vieria/voter know. are you kidding? i would really like to say what i want to say but i'm not. >> pam:another big story: four suspects in the shooting of some high school students in san francisco remain on the run tonight. the 4 students shot outside the schoo are recovering today as the search is on for the shooters. the shooting happened at june tuesday afternoon. class resumed today and that's where kron 4's dan kerman, joins us live. >> steve: dan?
>> reporter:another big story tonight: the four students shot outside a san francisco high school are recovering today as the search is on for the shooters. the shooting happened at june jordan school for equity tuesday afternoon. >> reporter:class resumed today and that's where kron 4's dan us live. las vegas-2shot >> i feel like we have to watch out for each other. >> and, we can prevent things from happening like this.
>> reporter: still, over half of the students came to school today. after four teenagers were shot. three would not life-threatening injuries. and one with a life-threatening injury. >> i want to tell her that-- is this want to tell the administrator if there is anything that i can do as a parent i am here. >> reporter: that parent says he likes the presence of the step up security and hope that it becomes more regular. >> pam: we are celebrating stephen birthday. bring-- brittney? >> brittney: well, happy
birthday! >> brittney: just a beautiful evening with clear skies expected for us as temperatures continued to drop tonight. >> brittney: yet another day with visibility issues. the unsettled weather will pretty much stayed to the north of our region. wii was owned and and show you. pretty quiet conditions are expected for us however, that will change by the weekend. there is also a chance of rain fall back and the forecast and i will go back over this and the next 10 minutes. >> pam:thank you, brittney. >> pam:a big story that seems be taking a new turn
everyday. is the future of the raiders in oakland. the n-f-l owners are meeting this week and the commissioner is providing some hope for the city following nevada's move... >> steve: earlier this week. approving public money for a stadium in las vegas. grant lodes is here with the commissioner's comments and the move made by raiders owner mark davis. return to >> grant:the owners are holding their annual fall meeting in houston. and the commissioner made it clear. there is a lot that has to happen before a move to las vegas is approved. this is the stadium project that was just approved in nevada. >> grant:the price tag is in the neighborhood of 2- billion dollars and a hotel tourist tax would cover 750- million.raiders owner mark davis has repeatedly said he is committed to the project and would chip in 500- million dollars. but commissioner roger goodell has other ideas. >> grant:mainly keeping the team right here in the bay area.
>>we would love to have the raiders stay in oakland. we think that that's a positive thing. we've been also very clear over the last couple of years that it requires getting long term resolution to their stadium. we still don't have that solution. our staff is working with the mayor and the officials in the oakland area to see if there are alternatives out there. >> grant: and, so far there are none. >> grant:raiders owner mark davis made a presentation to owners. outlining his desirethis from earlier this week when he was in nevada for the signing of the stadium bill. >> grant:he added while oakland would be his first choice, the city has yet to come up with anything. oakland mayor libby schaaf's response: the city is working on finding a solution but. she is not about to get in a bidding war with las vegas. we are going to have reaction to this story coming up in sports at 6:45. >> grant: pam? >> pam:it is a day seered
into the memory of many long- time bay area residents. today is the 25th anniversary of what turned into the oakland hills firestorm. the fire itself started on october 19th. 1991. >> pam:firefighters knocked down the flames and thought it was all over. still smoldering. high winds caused it to reignite the next morning. not far from the caldecott tunnel. the fire grew into a monster firestorm. with the flames tearing through nearly 3-thousand homes and killing 25 people in a matter ofhours. >> pam:tonight on kron 4 news at ten. we return to the oakland hills. see how things have changed in 25 years. plus hear from people who chose to rebuild, instead of moving away. that's tonight at ten. bad >> steve: >> steve:on the week we remember the devastating loma prieta earthquake. a new warning tonight for the bay area. we will show you the new faults just discovered and the prediction coming from scientists.
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far as 2011. the attorney says samsung should expand their recall. >> many times does a fighter have to happen-a-half to happen before a company decides to do what they can to prevent what is predictable. when they have these complaints that have been documented here. >> reporter: you can see from this signed at the check and desk that devices have been banned from being brought on the plane. part of the lawsuit that has not been banned has some people nervous. >> i would be nervous about it. >> reporter: maureen kelly, kron4 news.
>> pam:california attorney general kamala harris is leading a criminal investigation into the sales practices scandal of san francisco based wells fargo bank. the state department of justice released a search warrant today. to look for evidence related to allegations that the bank created some 2-million fake customer accounts in order to meet sales goals. >> pam:this comes as santa clara county supervisors unaimously voted to cut ties with the bank. and san francisco may not be far behind. just yesterday. a resolution was introduced to cut ties. san francisco supervisor john avalos. is also asking for a review of all past dealings between the city and wells fargo. >> pam:it was 50 years ago, the black panther party was founded in oakland, with a message that spread across young activists -- black men -- fighting for equality. a fight, some say is similar.. >> steve: to the "black lives matter" movement
today. now.there never before seen photos from the black panther party on display at the u-c berkley. >> pam:it is being unveiled tonight to the public. kron 4's philippe djegal gives us a look. return to >> reporter:50 years may have passed. but the message so many fought and died for, stemming from the black panther party's inception, are still relevant today. >>sot- "this is so important for people to see this era again." >> reporter:the photos you're seeing were all captured by stephen shames, who graduated from u-c berkeley in the 1960s. there he connected with black panther party co- founder bobby seale, who granted shames exclusive behind the scene access to the organization. >> reporter:recently, shames and seale co-authored a book about the movement. titled -- "power to the people: the world of the black panthers." >> reporter:ken light is a reva and david logan professor of journalism at u-c berkeley's graduate school of journalism. he says shames is a long time friend and the two worked together to bring these pictures to the univeristy. >>sot- "with black lives matters protests in oakland
and san francisco and berkeley." >>nats- ""black lives matter." >>sot- "looking at the conditions and trying to bring about change, the same thing the panthers wanted to do. to change the way that people looked at afro americans in the community and poverty and do something about education and so forth." >> reporter:24 photos from the book are now on exhibit at u-c berkeley's north gate hall graduate school of journalism. where they will remain through the end of the year. >>sot- "part of the 50th anniversary is tp kind of rekindle, um, their message and what they did and to really see how broadly they did things not just whats often pictured -- the militancy, the guns at the state capital and so forth." >> reporter:yes, there are several lined up at rally's, calling for the release of their then jailed leader huey newton. here's a picture of bobby win city jail in 1969. withbut there was also the black panther school, where children in oakland soaked in the message.
>> reporter:a fight for equality and the end of police brutality. >>sot- "i think its incredibly relevant to young people, millenials in particular to come out and see this work and to try to understand what was happening so many, many years ago." >> reporter:in berkeley, philippe djegal, kron four news. >> pam: and a live look at the embarcadero what a beautiful night is as we celebrate stephen birthday. -- steve's birthday (laughter) >> pam: brittney! >> brittney: tonight is one to be the warmest day of the
week as temperatures drop. and we do have a chance of rain showers back and the forecast. up to the grease and san francisco, five l livermore and seven and san rafael. 72 degrees and san jose and los japanese and mountain view. -- low 70'sin mountainview. >> brittney: is a look at our futurecast and you will notice the next storm system coming from the north, late sunday evening and into tuesday morning. possibly, all the way into wednesday. much cooler weather is in store for us as we get into the weekend. so our
futurecast shows a system that could be over an inch or below half an inch of rain. for the northern part of the bay. and the state. hi all around the region tomorrow, at 3:00 p.m. critic >> brittney: if you are closer to santa rosa, 85 degrees, 81 and petaluma. 81 in antioch and comfortable in san ramon at 82 degrees and low 80's in san jose, cupertino with 79 to marleau. --tomorrow. we are tracking a chance of rain fall for the second half of the weekend and into next week. >> pam: brittney. thank you!
>> pam:a new earthquake threat is lurking in the bay area. where a fault was recently discovered and just how big of a jolt it could deliver to our region. >> steve:and we are keeping a close eye on tonight's presidential debate. we will have an update from las vegas in 7 minutes. >> pam:tonight at eight.a complete wrapup of tonight's final presidential debate. donald trump and hillary clinton going toe to toe.one last time. our political analyst michael yaki will join us in-studio with debate analysis. >> pam:jr stone.is at a watch party where he will get reaction from voters. that's new tonight on kron 4 news at 8!
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>> steve:a new study says that the most dangerous earthquake fault in the bay area is connected to 'another' fault. and experts warn that together - they could produce a major quake. >> pam:catherine heenan is more on the troubling findings. >> catherine:this is interesting because they're talking about a previously
unknown strand of the hayward fault. >> catherine:and they're worried about the fact it connects to a less active fault to the north. the rodgers creek fault. >> catherine:this map gives you an idea of the area. this is the hayward fault.and this is part of that new 'thread' or strand that they're talking about. >> catherine:you don't see an overlap here because it's believed they link up under the san pablo bay. this study is the first direct evidence that the two faults 'are' linked. what's causing such concern.a team from the u.s.g.s says that the connection could mean big trouble. and if the two lines ruptured 'together' -- it could produce a quake even bigger than the loma prieta. >> catherine:a possible 7- point-four.. >> catherine:the hayward and neighboring rodgers creek faults have a combined 188 miles. a large chunk of that -- under densely populated areas. >> catherine:pam and steve?
>> steve:we have a special section on earthquakes right on the front of kron dot com. look for it on the right hand side. you'll find tips on what you need in order to be prepared and what to do when an earthquake hits. >> pam:with california set to vote on legalizing marijuana in a matter of weeks. the move made by one bay area city to get ahead of the game. >> steve:and we are less than two weeks away from halloween. findout. which candy is the top choice among trick-or- treaters. >> pam:plus the it is on in the desert. donald trump and hillary clinton are facing off in the final presidential debate right now. we will bring you an update in three mintes. return
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our partners at c-n-n is outside the arena. ryan. what's the vibe been like? >> steve:the last debate turned into a real slugfest. return to >> reporter: this chris wallace is asking very specific questions. they have covered emigration, the second amendment and they have talked about abortion and the judge is if that they would appoint to supreme court. >> it is important that we not reverse marriage equality, that we cannot reverse roe v wade and that we stand up against citizens
united, and we stand up and say that the supreme court should represent all of us. >> be pro-life, they will be protecting the second amendment, that our great scholars and their people of tremendous respect they will interpret the constitution the way the founders wanted it is interpreted. --donald trump >> what we have not heard are the personal attacks from either candidate they have stuck to the questions that the moderator has given to them. but this is the first few minutes we still have some much more time to go. >> pam: no hostility between the two candidates since the
first mad? >> pam:--met >> are right and this something that we do not see this on the stage tonight. president obama, is a supporter of donald trump. and hillary clinton invited mark q. then, the maverick owner was told donald trump tell he felt. >> pam: ryan and noble, is reporting live from las vegas. -- ryan nobles kron 4 is streaming tonight's debate if you want to keep an eye on it while watching the news. you can get to it online through our website, kron 4 dot com. or you can view it, by downloading the kron 4 mobile app.
>> pam:it is available for free for apple and android devices. we also have it up live on our facebook page. now here are the rest of today's top stories. return >> we had a fair editorial process system. >> reporter: the voters are announcing that it would be extra observer's keeping tabs on things in their offices. to avoid the kind of violence that followed the donald trump rally here last year. . >> reporter: and san francisco, class's resumed on wednesday as there was a shooting in this parking lot at a local school. as school was letting out on tuesday. for 15 year old student work wounded. 315 year old
boys were released and a girl that was confirmed to have more critical injuries is now improving. -3 15 year old boys >> reporter: a fighter toward through a building at 0 route 11:00 last night. to people who were inside the home got out on their own shop with that and delete couple the help of but a good samaritans, neighbors who climbed the fence to get them out. in south san jose, avery harper, kron 4 news. >> steve: what should i day
be like tomorrow?-- our day be like tommorrow , brittney? >> brittney: we are going to continue to warm things up with a high pressure system. so, clear skies for us. all of the clouds and rainfall is staying to the north of us. looking at the east bay zone for tomorrow in oakland. we are going to see some and the degree temperatures. closer to concord, blows 70's, closer to the south bay and san jose, temperatures will be at 73 degrees by noon and 80 by the at late afternoon. >> brittney: san francisco, a beautiful day tomorrow.
and the '70s. >> brittney: if you are closer to san mateo similar conditions asset francisco with high 70's and the same thing with napa. we would take another look after the show. >> steve:medical marijuana collectives are getting a bit more freedom in santoday the san jose city council approved a number of changes. one of those being... that 16 registered producers will now be able to run multiple cultivation sites... along with make deliveries to patients and caregivers. >> steve:the current program...allows collectives to grow at an off-site location in san jose where it must be closed to the public. deliveries are now only
being restricted to adults deliveries are now only being restricted to adults 21-years and over. return because she doesn't understand what cancer is. because she can't spell emphysema. because she is a butterfly, who fights fires. because she is my daughter, and the surgeon general says that raising tobacco taxes... is a proven way to make sure she never smokes. that's why i'm voting yes on 56.
treats. >> steve:folks at influenster-dot-com wanted to know what exactly is america's favorite candy. they surveyed over forty- thousand people across the nation.. and found that reese's peanut butter cups are the most popular nationwide. >> steve:kit-kats and butterfingers follow closely behind... while candy corn is hailed a favorite in multiple states. >> steve:the halloween classic was the top pick in oregon, wyoming, tennessee, texas and south carolina.
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>>sports with mark carpenter! >> mark:indians starting pitcher ryan merritt. only 11 major league innings in his career coming in. but he held the blue jays to no runs and 2 hits over 4 1/3 innings. striking out melvin upton jr here. >> mark:top 3rd. 1-0 tribe. carlos santana. solo home run to right off marco estrada. 2-0 indians top 4th. coco crisp. anther of those former oakland a's. indians bottom 9th. 2 outs. cody allen gets troy tulowitski to pop to first to end the game. and for the first time since 1997. the cleveland indians are in the world series. >> mark:. champagne party. final: 3-0 indians. cleveland wins series4-1.
>> they show that they have trusted me to come out and win a game especially in the season. >> for that part of it it it is beyond feeling good. >> they were able to get a chance of the basketball championship. i am looking for to see how they will react. (crying) >> mark:mark davis has said that even if the las vegas deal gets approval from nfl owners, he plans to keep the team in oakland for two more years. if that's the case, it could period.especially after what the raiders owner said today. he's in houston for the meetings.where he gave an update on the vegas plan.
>> mark:afterwards he was asked about oakland's efforts in keeping the team from leaving and basically said, they've done nothing. in addition to that comment-- he revealed this in an interview with usa today sports. this is about the city's role during the raiders to la negotiations. >> mark:he said quote -- oakland at that time had the really negotiating against themselves, and they really didn't want to do anything. they gave a five- page letter as their offer to the nfl, and we ended up losing the vote to go , and they sent us back to get something done. we got a one-year lease with two one- year options, and i had a press conference and talked then about moving into the future. a week later, i got a call from one of the board of supervisors, said, 'mark, sorry, but the deal that negotiated with you is off. we've got to raise the rent and we're raising it three times.' end quote >> mark:davis took that as disrespect to the raider organization. and went on to explore other options. here he is on how the nevada plan came to be. return to
>> when i met with gov. sandoval for the very first time he asked was by using him for a better deal? i said i would have never done that. a week he called a special meeting. he looked at me again and asked if this was serious. and, so it is unfair for people to bring up what if oakland does this, what if oakland does that? loss' vegas has already done it. --las vegas >> we do not have a long- term solution. our staff is working with the mayor and
officials to see if there are alternative options out there. but, at the moment we do not have that yet. >> mark:in the meantime, the raiders are still in oakland.and looking to come back from a sloppy loss over the weekend against the chiefs. it was a rough outing on both sides of the ball. as the offense only put up 10 points with two turnovers and the defense allowed kansas city to rack up 37- minutes in possession time while alex smith had 15- straight completions. (crying) >> mark:now the silver and black will get on the road for back to back games against jacksonville and tampa bay. extended time away.that derek carr says brings the team closer together. return >> obviously people families will be there. it is time for you to be with your family and this have good good things. >> mark:meanwhile, the 49ers
host tampa bay this sunday. a game that could have been a homecoming for buccaneers quarterback jameis winston. >> i was accepted into stafford and my family was excited. i took a visitor out there to make my final decision. i was on my way. but, i decided to go to s f u. i look back all the time if i had gone to stafford hall with my life had turned?
>> steve:as if social media couldn't add anything else to our lives... >> pam:facebook is introducing new features that could help you plan your next night out. the recommendations tool will let you ask your friends' advice on places to go. >> pam:the tool automatically turns suggestions into links... and places them on a map embedded in your post. find things to do and then plan... all in one app. for it to work-- the restaurant or any other service must have a presence on facebook.
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